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| 130516mg — Dr Karabus Arrives in Guptastan published in Mail & Guardian on 16 May 2013
South African doctor Cyril Karabus’ ordeal in the United Arab Emirates isn’t over just yet. The 78-year-old professor was expected to return home on the weekend. Uncertainty about his arrival back in South Africa was due to UAE officials having made further administrative …....
| 130516tt — How Justin Bieber Gets His Hair To Stand Up published in The Times on 16 May 2013
Justin Bieber's ongoing Believe world tour had bizarre moment in South Africa when a gang muscled into a Johannesburg's FNB stadium and stole a portion of his concert earnings. The gang broke into a "strongroom" armed with hammers, chisels and ropes and took a sizable amount of …....
| 130514tt — Marikana 2 - Another SAPS Production published in The Times on 14 May 2013
Public hearing of the Marikana Commission of Enquiry (aka Farlam Commission) is presently investigating the Marikana tragedy at which 34 people were killed and scores injured. A major concern is the recent killing of key witnesses. Mawethu Joseph Steven, widely known as Steve …....
| 130512st — Sir Alex Announces His Retirement published in Sunday Times on 12 May 2013
Sir Alex Ferguson will step down as Manchester United manager at the end of the season after 26 years in charge. The 71 year-old Scot, has won 38 trophies during his reign at Old Trafford His haul includes 13 league titles, two Champions League crowns, five FA Cups and four League Cups. Known …....
| 130509mg — SA Education and Unemployment published in Mail & Guardian on 9 May 2013
The results of the Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS), which were released by Statistics SA this week show a rise in youth unemployment. Two years ago, Trevor Manuel said that South Africa's education system was sending poorly equipped adults into the world. OECD has recently published a …....
| 130509tt — Obama Extends Guantánamo Bay Closure Deadline Date Once More published in The Times on 9 May 2013
The Closing of Guantánamo Bay detainee camp was central to the Obama's presidential campaign back in 2008. 5 years later, it is still not closed despite no new prisoners since then. Obama pledged again to renew his push for Congress to reduce restrictions on prisoner transfers so that …....
| 130507tt — What Do These Gates Have In Common? published in The Times on 7 May 2013
President Jacob Zuma has once again been implicated in a number of scandals, Nkandla, CAR and the latest the Gupta wedding. Due to the still freedom of press, scandals from the arms deal to Marikana to Nkandla to the Central African Republic debacle and now the Gupta wedding are coming to …....
| 130505st — Gupta Wedding Gift published in Sunday Times on 5 May 2013
Guptagate - Private jet flies in 200 guests from India, landing at a restricted air force security base in Pretoria, allegedly without the appropriate clearance. Following this highly irregular event, the guests were trasported by a flashing, blue-light escort from the airbase to Sun City. …....
| 130502mg — SA National ORDERS published in Mail & Guardian on 2 May 2013
On Wednesday, 1st May, a private chartered jet landed at South Africa's militay air base in Pretoria. After arrival, Police escorted the guests to the casino resort of Sun City for the wedding of 23-year-old Vega Gupta, the Gupta brothers' niece, to Indian-born Aaskash Jahajgarhia. Now …....
| 130502tt — Permission to Land at Waterkloof Air Force Base? published in The Times on 2 May 2013
Airliner full of guests for the Gupta wedding at Sun City lands without proper authority at Air Force Base Waterkloof. Government departments as well as Cosatu and SACP try to shift blame distance themselves from the debacle.